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Madrid Bound?

De Gea rumours resurface again.

Once again the tabloids are getting themselves in a lather about our young Spanish keeper - David de Gea.

They`re inferring that the Spanish giants, Real Madrid, have decided that the young twenty-two year old stopper is the heir apparent to the Real legend, Iker Casillas.

They`re inferring that, despite not confirming who`ll be coaching the club next season and that De Gea will be bound for the Bernabeu as the successor to 31 year-old Casillas.

Naturally, we`re prepared to sit back and wait and see but don`t be too surprised, despite all the guff coming from inside Old Trafford, if De Gea does go and Asmir Begovic, as discussed in several previous articles, is our number one next season.

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Friday February 22 2013
Time: 9:44AM

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Casillas' position is only in doubt because Mourinho has a personal agenda against him. When Mourinhos gone, which seems like it's going to happen very soon, Casillas will remain Madrid's number one and at the age of 31, which is still relatively young for a keeper, he's still got years ahead of him and we may still have years of De Gea. I do reckon De Gea will leave, not sure it'll be so soon in his United career when he's still developing into a world class keeper, unless Barca deem him ready for them already when Valdes goes...
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